I don't even know what to say about this. This is brilliant, this is wonderful, this is purrfect. Can we get a version of this movie with an all-cat cast?Read More
It features appearances by Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul, Bob Odenkirk, and a great one by Jay Leno.
I'm almost as sad that Breaking Bad parodies are going away as I am that Breaking Bad is going away. Hopefully Better Call Saul parodies will be this good. Watch for appearances by Breaking Bad cast members as well Higgins saying "bitch" like a thousand times.Read More
It's as official as it's going to get: Jay Leno is stepping down from The Tonight Show again and Jimmy Fallon will be replacing him, though we've all been here before. The switch is expected to happen during NBC's coverage of the Winter Olympics next year, and will bring The Tonight Show back to New York City under Lorne Michaels as Executive Producer. Will it all go down smoothly, or are we in for another round of late night wars?Read More
Copyright infringement is a pretty murky environment, especially on the internet. Piracy is constantly brought up in nearly every conversation had about media being broadcast across the tubes and for good reason. But zealous over-enforcement and bogus takedowns seem to be the norm now. Such is the case with Brian Kamerer's campaign video he made for a friend that Jay Leno aired on his show in 2009. And now, NBC claims they own the video.Read More
Add this to the list of things Jay Leno has done to Conan O'Brien that Conan would probably never do to him: In a Facebook-centric gag on last night's Tonight Show, Leno briefly showed a fake Facebook page for Faisal Shahzad, the suspect in the attempted Times Square bombing this past weekend. (Since fake Facebook pages are always funny.) In addition to participating in such uproarious activities as "rollerblading" and "blowing up Nissan Pathfinders" and being a member of "Al Qaeda" and the "Pakistan Frequent Flyers Club," Leno makes the terror suspect a member of Team Coco.
And this isn't some Photoshopped ONTD scam, either: You can see it at the 3:45 mark in Hulu's official clip from the show. Video evidence after the jump:Read More